AITA approved the changes at its Special General Body meeting, (SGM) held virtually on Monday.
Asian Games medal winners Ankita Raina and Divij Sharan are set to be nominated for the Arjuna award by the national tennis federation, which plans to send former Davis Cup coach Nandan Bal's name for the Dhyan Chand honour.
AITA says sports secretary Radhey Shyam Julaniya 'only wants to talk and not listen,' criticises baffling suggestions
The All India Tennis Association (AITA), along with 10 other national federations (NSFs), was invited by sports secretary Radhey Shyam Julaniya for a video conference on Thursday
ITF seeks India's view after Pakistan appeal against shifting Davis Cup tie to neutral venue, AITA stays firm on security concerns
The national tennis federation on Monday maintained that security concerns remain in Pakistan after the world governing body ITF sought a fresh response from India following Pakistan's appeal against shifting of the Davis Cup tie to a neutral venue.
Davis Cup 2019: Rohan Bopanna blasts AITA for change of captain; not players' domain to comment on policy matters, warns national body
The tie against Pakistan, which was supposed to be played in Islamabad on 29-30 November, will now be played on a neutral venue. Incidentally, Bopanna along with five others had pulled out the Pakistan tour, citing safety concerns.
Davis Cup 2019: Leander Paes returns to Indian squad for Pakistan tie after Rohan Bopanna, other stars refuse to travel
Apart from Paes, players who have made themselves available for Davis Cup tournament in Pakistan are Saketh Myneni, Arjun Kadhe, Vijay Sundar Prashanth, N Sriram Balaji, Siddharth Rawat and Manish Suresh Kumar.
Davis Cup: AITA remain hopeful of India-Pakistan tie getting shifted out of Islamabad, but apply for visas nevertheless
India’s tennis association will apply for visas for their Davis Cup tie against Pakistan next month but expects the fixture to be moved away from Islamabad, AITA Secretary General Hironmoy Chatterjee told Reuters on Wednesday.
As per the ITF rules, the points are counted on a 52-week roll over system, which means points from a particular tournament are added two weeks after the conclusion of that event.
Davis Cup: World tennis body snubs India, refuses to provide neutral venue for away tie against Pakistan
India's tennis body, AITA, had earlier asked the ITF to consider changing the venue for the tie after diplomatic tensions arose between both nations
Davis Cup: We want guarantees on safety in Pakistan, says India captain Mahesh Bhupati ahead of Islamabad trip
Indian tennis players want safety guarantees before they travel to Islamabad for their Davis Cup tie against Pakistan, captain Mahesh Bhupathi said on Wednesday.
AITA wants the ITF to take a call based on the current situation and expressed surprise that the governing body is asking India to make a request as "this responsibility rests with the ITF."
Davis Cup 2019: Captain Mahesh Bhupathi, Indian team want AITA to ask for neutral venue, not security re-check in Pakistan
The AITA said it would go ahead with the visa formalities for the tie if the 14-15 September clash is cleared by the ITF following a fresh security check.
International Tennis Federation 'satisfied' with Pakistan's security plan for next month's Davis Cup tie against India
Tennis chiefs are satisfied with the current safety plan in place for next month’s Davis Cup tie between Pakistan and India in Islamabad even after the latter asked for another round of security assessment.
Davis Cup 2019: AITA asks ITF to conduct another security check in Islamabad, says it will follow directives of world body
India's participation in the Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 Davis Cup tie, scheduled on 14 and 15 September, is uncertain owing to high political tension with Pakistan.
AITA may request International Tennis Federation to consider neutral venue for Davis Cup tie to be hosted by Pakistan
AITA is likely to approach the sport's world governing body ITF, seeking a neutral venue for the Davis Cup tie against Pakistan which was originally planned in Islamabad.
AITA Secretary Hironmoy Chatterjee says he's confident that Indian Davis Cup team will travel to Pakistan
The All India Tennis Association (AITA) secretary general Hironmoy Chatterjee is confident that national team will travel to Pakistan for their Davis Cup away tie as forfeiture can lead to a two-year suspension from the global governing body ITF.
Davis Cup 2019: Existing hostilities may result in a diplomatic wrangle if India-Pakistan match takes place in Pakistan
Tennis inadvertently treaded into disputed territory on Wednesday, as India was drawn to play Pakistan, in Pakistan for their Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tie in September
AITA initiates legal proceedings against Doordarshan for not honouring agreement on telecasting matches
Concerned that the Davis Cup tie against Italy may also go uncovered by Doordarshan, AITA has initiated legal proceedings against the broadcaster for not honouring the agreement on telecasting matches.
AITA removes SP Misra, Zeeshan Ali from senior selection committee; Ankita Bhambri, Vishal Uppal named replacements
The national tennis federation on Wednesday removed chairman SP Misra and Davis Cup coach Zeeshan Ali from the senior national selection committee and replaced them with Ankita Bhambri and Vishal Uppal.
When asked why AITA has left it to complainant to provide evidence, the federation's secretary general Hironmoy Chatterjee said, "It's to ensure that only genuine complaints come up before us."